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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 December 1878

tTHE, TELEGRAPH. Tbe largest paper In Ashtabula, print! '- Urely at borne. QflUx iM Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - OHI Friday Morning, Dec 13, 1878. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. OUR RELATIONS WITH OTHER COUNTRIES. Oor relations with other countries con tinue peaceful. Oar neutrality ib conterl: between foreign puwert ba been maintain ed end respectsxl. The Universal Exposition held at Pari daring tlje past summer has been atteude. by large numbers of oar eitiseos. Th brief period allowed for the preparatioi and arrangement of the eonthboLions o oar citifr-ns to this great Exposition wa well employed in energetic and judiciou efforts to overcome this dtsadvantafrr These efforts, led and directed by the Com missioner General, were remarkably sue cessful, and the exhibition of the pmduct of American industry was creditable at gratifying in scope and character. Tb. reports of the United Sutescominiasioneiv. riving- its rasuiu in detail, will be dul laid before you. Our participation in thi inter...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 December 1878

.1 DRUGS. s.5 so DYE STUFFS. Bring your Perfumery Vials to SWIFT'S Drug Store. and secure some of the fine Rose Boquet Perfumery. It is better than Hoyts, and equal to Lubins. THE' TELEGRAPH. FiilDAY. DEC. 13ih. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. John 1L Hendry U now clerk of the Fountain House, Geneva. . Have you tried a piece of that Cham berlain sage cheese at Savage's. Tax-paying time U a good time to pay the priqt-ar, jf you hare anything left. Br. Ht H. Perry and left town on Sat urday afternoon last, for Vineland, X. J., their futar residence. " ; ! It is expected that regular trains on the new Pittsburgh & Lke Erie Railroad will eommance running by Jan. 1st. Eiddell continues to branch aut in his groo-ry business. The latest addition to his stock being oysters, grain and feed. The Painesville Telegraph note the arriral of the first cargo of iron ore at the harbor of Fairport, in the sch'r Exile, on Sunday of last week. The Ashtabula Light Artillery re to give a dance at their armory ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 December 1878

v A '" W -AT ibbbiiie mrcoiBjs. h r?nb53 - Notwithstanding he,rceut advance m the Eastern markets,, we are still selling Brown and Bleached - -... A yard wide, brown, at , .- .,- , 4 cents. Afeiryd.wide,'lf6wiit'-''-f--f in'bd JWts. A good yd. wide, brown, at - ; . - ' - ' ' - '6 cents. An extra yd. wide, brown, at ' . T cents." The very best fine or heavy at ... 8 cents. Bleached at the same low price. Ky. Jeans and Tweeds, at the best value e hate1 eWr offered the' same,' which is saving a good, deal, S Are 25 to 30 percent, less than last year.' ' We 'have a Urge stock at popular prices, from cheapest to' best.i Our -.Black Cashmeres are bought in connection with a very. large house, and we can offer some peoial prices only look and be satisfied. UNDERWEAR ! Buy these goods now and save money. We have placed some drives in lots to close out that will be appreciated Odd XotS leftover from lasCWiitertVlM(Af I U ClT ja&UtjiXiin Yx Otdlx 5 . Ceirt DEPARTMENT , . Has had a great m...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 13 December 1878

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH SUPPLEMENT. THE TELEGRAPH. TThe largest paper In Ashtabula, printed en tirely at borne. v Office 126 Main Street. A.8HTAKUL.V. - - - OHIO .Friday Morning. lec 6, 1878, I ! 1 j KISSING. There's a jolly Saxon imiveib That la pretty much like this: That a mau la half lu bcmvea When be baa a woman kiss Bat there's dancer la delaying. And Die sweetness may forsake it- 80 1 tell yoa bashful lover. If 70a wanta kkss, why take a. Never let another fellow Steal a niarea on yoc la thia. Never let a laughing maiden See yen spotlitig Cur a k la. There's a royal way of kissing. And the Jolly ones who make It Bare a motto that Is winning: If yon want a kiss, why take it Any Jool may lace a cannon Anybody wear a crown Bat a man must win a woman If he'd have bar tor his own. 'Would yon hare a foldan apple, Yoa must And a tree and shake k If the thine 1 worth the havtug, And yoa want a kiss, wby take it "Woo would born a pott a desert With a forest growing by T Who would (Ire bis...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

Christmas Number." IT A TD !L JLJ1 J A A TD TP IT. JL -1 J-S. REED Sz SO 1ST, Publishers. Iadepende at in all tilings. $2 in Advance. Vol. XXIX, No. 51 ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878. Whole Number 1511. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t r i i - V - I r. k 4 1 t -V ' i: MERCHANTS. THOS. If. BOOTH, General Dealer n las- ware, Boot and Shoe. Reatiy-Made Cloth- m K raats ana utps, iumww. wear. Nona Main street, Ashtaoula-lgo TBftB(K'RWI!lt,(A.C.ibM 1DO 1. tu KOCKWeil.J w noie.tD tail Dealers In Groceries and Provision Friuts and Gral n : Agent for American at Union Express Comiiaiiie and . cievelar Herald, Main street, Ashtabula. O. jl" A.H.&K. W.s.VAGB,leaierin Choice KamUTOroceriesand Provisions; also, pare Confectioner) , and tbe finest brands of lo- Daeoo and Cigars. ii . n. u'Ki.l.s. Produce and Commission Merchant tor the pa re has and sale of West ern Keserve Butter ttieuxaua imea rr-jim, Main street, Ashtabula, Ohio. 1: CtULIMK 4c Tl'LKK, Iiealersin Fancy anil Kuan) a Hrv fl...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

THE-TELEGRAPH. The tarf eat paper In Aahtabnla. printed en tirely at borne. Office 13S Main Stmt. ASHTABULA. - - - OHIO Friday Moraine, Dec 20, 1878 The Legislature will assemble on the 1 th proximo. John Kchoe and Martin Bergen, both Mollie Maguires, were hung at Pottaville, Pa., yesterday. The United States Treasurer ex pects to have on the 1st of January, exclusive of all demand, 135,000, 000 in. coin with which to resume pecie payments. tt-nator Blaine's Resolutions e 1 the Senate 'irh only six negative voles. Th-at is Indicative of a bet ter feeling than dvuiocirit ie pre diction and drtiU!iei'it:i':i '-a war ranted. Predittiou is a strong aiguirient with our DeiuovruMc friends, and it is nut nurprihing that oiir friend of tlie Standard fhould indulge in it, with regard t a that 'good and great old man." : Judge . Thurtnan declines the proffer of the nomination for Gov ernor, lie propoees to take his chances for something better. This is one of the disagreeable necessities of p...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

Haiper's Weekly. 18 79a ILLUSTRATED. NOTICES 1F THE PRESS. The Weekly remain! cull? at tbe head of Illustrated papers by its tne literary quality, the beasty of iia ijiiv aad wooden la bprtnuflela Republican. lit pictorial attractions are superb, a Dd em braoi! every eaiitty ana of srii-ic treatmeut. jSum s i.V -('. b -lHi. The Weekly it a pul-nt ageui-y l r the !i- aem.nailoti ... c.rr.ci i icai principle, am a powrrlol oppn ut oi .haioe, traad. and laiee The Volumes of the W'fklll fcetfin 'ritb tile irsl Nuni'-er tor Janu.ry e-rli year, timet- (iTru.it will ue lu-iicrsmod tnat tbe U'kMrri ' cr wi.iit- Ui eunimetice with Uie Nuiii bT Aiext a'Wr liMJ rewipt of bis fi-;x. MAUPEU'S PERIODICALS. UAlll'cR S MAliAZ.NK. oneJreAr. HABFKbVS ttKLV. - " HARPEB'S BAZA K. -The THBK8, publications uue ) ear. Any TWO, ooe year, SIX subscriptions, one yi. . ( 10 11 7 (10 I 14 Term lor large, club, fumiehed on application. Postage Free to all subscribers in the L'iited Sttilet and Canada. The Annua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

! U ?;mi$N i m ;M1 -Ml in 1 i - iiuft I Vs. 4 s. fc s.vC ft i i 3 Lillil V Ok V W)l PPl Ul r J ji QUIT. 1 i f( WIM ngCIDDDtl aD 2 :..-! -vX- N'VVAM W.t 1! I!'"; If I! II A'' ' ' . mm i Us i ! "St n A r " V Iii order io ISeduce onr stock to the lowest possible point, previous to our annual stock taking we have made a trcuiend- . ous k Down in our hitherto Unapproachable Loiv Prices. Our stock is full in all departments, Fresh and Desirable, t i -.1 Z : l We carry no unseasonable goods long from season to season, but close them out at what they will bring, thus offering to our customers goods always fresh and attractive. (BdDOD nnn - JIM HDIBffi ur Oiie 'Sbilliiig-'Gonater contains a Ves variety of good durable goods marked down from ISc'and 20c. Our 20 cent ress Goods sbow an elegant: display of fabrics suitable for almost any occasion; former price 25c, J0C, and J5c per yard. (DASMMIB 7 In Black Cashmeres we show more and greater variety than can be found in the whole town put toget...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

Scientific "tartan, THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, Tb no popular rlntifle paper la the world, Uolr U 2 Yrmr. Inclailiaa- paetmge. HniUj; f SnmUni) ew 4.0OO Tut Sctsvnrio Ahiiqcii l a large Firrt-tle Weeklv Scfw;iT of iiwi PK- primed in the no' b-sciifni Tle, protimli Uluttrated tri. rpU iK trijrari :,ft. rt-preeeBlioi; the new est IuoiiouU'i tne nwt reeenuftlvocee in the Art1 ;c-.eue-; lin-tiiui'ig Sew !iu iuU-r-e.ting Facts io Acriccltcrc. ucrt:ru::are. the Unne. lira, lb. Mi-riicjiS Pmirrwe. Ijoclal Science. Saliiral Hl-lorr. Ueuiu-..-T. .lhlnawm.f. The tnwt rmJuable practical paper, br eminent writcm in ll department of bcience.'trill be lotind iu the beienlinc American. . , , Terma. one vear. $1.80 half year, which lncluden pontaee. Dincnuut to Areola. Single eopiea ten eer.l. Suid br all Sewi-dealero. Re mit bT poetal order lo HCSN CO., Publisher., ST Par'kKnw. New York. I-m 4 f gi fTTrnri In connection t.'fle Anoou. Mta?KS. HISN tO.are Soiiciioraof Amt rican and Forei-m PaieLt. have had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

Mr. Mary Walker's New Pants. Dr. Man- Walker lias appeared in new suit of doilies. A Washir.gton cor respooient of Lite Cincinnati Commercial ckwnixs Iwr as a g areatea in m Dob)v fH .ii k-fmd-Wiao new eray knick ertwker iJnkl, boots, pantaloons, long tH Kat, tail silk hat and white cotton glove. It carried a Email cane in one hand and a small sunshade in tlie other; its long .4ack hair xcns rotted on into finger iaiSm on its si Lie head ; it had a rose in its baiion-joVe and a flossy shirt bosom, smooth asan iciite over its feebly fluttering heart, and its necktie was "brightly, beautifully blue." There tu ondimiiutjied rluck and determination in every fibre oi the closely knit frame. and toe war Uaose Doot-neeia cunaea oa the curb meant business. A poor womsn in a calico dres and aan-oonnet with two oarefooted children, dr&eged her self alone the street. Dr. Mary tropins jauntily by had her physician's eye at- uxneu uy bouks kiiuk-ui m toe younger - babv. She BtODoed and ouest...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

DRUGS. 5 s 5 DYE STUFFS. One reason why Swift can suc cessfully compete with any new dealer is that he has had an ex perience of forty years and has arrang-einents by which he will duplicate any New-York, Cleve land or Philadelphia bill in lrusrf,etc,ia quantity less trans portation. - Item ember the place. SWIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY. DEC 20th. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. A Merry Christmas Jo ail. MASQUES at Central Ke- Room. Coffees rousted fresh every cUy at 11-tf Faulkner & Sou's. The best crackers for the lowest price at J. Boeder's Bakery. Read Carlisle t Tyler's reduced prk.-e list. 10-12- Tlie best lantern in America at Cheap George's. 11-13 The best Hoe of pipes in town at Cheap George's" 11-13 To-morrow is the shortest day oi the year. Candies of sl kiads at reduced prices at J. Bieder's, Xo. 104, Main Street. Read Carlisle & Tyler's new holiday ad vertisenient. 10-18 A small line of toys cheap, at Central News Room. It Autograph albums (immense; at Central New...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

SOMETHING EW! Startling but True! 4 Nice Present for Christmas for Everybody 01 me iron Die a ma worry or &ttfltir;ior sometbtBt table" aid at a moderate price, caa be found imon iu5 - - Holiday Stock of New Goods . jast received. HASY CHAIRS, t CAMP CHAIRS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, HAT RACKS, and other goods in endleM variety, at Prices that Defy Competition. Remember that these roods are specialty fo the Holiday!, and 11 Ton with to secure bargain. "COMB EAFY ANU OPTE, r No charge forehowinggoods'ead no one insist-1 ea opon to ouy. II you who te proai oy ue oi ler, can at t 3DTTOX?.0'JH, n Vain Street, Ahibnl see I a g te believing." nd be convinced1 tha j HARNESS, &c O.AS on tanj a eood assortment of ; Aarness of various kinds, Heavy and Light, Sin gle and Double, of the best wrxkmsushlp and ma terial, at is prepared to nil ail oraers for work ol an J description in Ala line. 8 ADDLES. RIDING EETDLES. wraps, HALTEES, He has Just laid Is a larre supply of hire and medium size...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

Proceedings of the Ashtabula County Christian Temperance Union Convention, Held at Austinburg, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1878. MORNING SESSION. In accordance with a previous an nouncement the Ashtabula County Christian Temperance Union met at Augtinbur? at 10:30 a. m., Nov. 5th, 1878. The house was called to order by the President. J. Tuckennan, and the exercises commenced with song from the choir and prayer by Rev. G. W. PinDey, of Geneva. Bv motion W. C. Van Ness and J. A. "Hill were appointed Secretaries. The following committees were ap pointed: On Credentials, Messrs. John Sullivan, of Geneva; Atken, of Harpers field: C. R. Stone, of OrwelL On Res olutions, E. Jav Pinney, of Jefferson, Johnson, of Saybrook and Wm. M. Kane, of Rome. After the preliminary exercises the President of the County Unio, Mr. J. Tuckennan, addressed the convention for about three-fourths of an hour. He asked: Why are we here? What means this gathering? About a year since some earnest men and women met at Ashtabu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 20 December 1878

or with twenty-four bushels of po tatoes, even at the high price for which they are now gelling, or it would give to every family Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and a fine family Bible. The amount paid for liquors in two years would buy for every family in the county a gooa cow. At wouiu diuiu, everv year, in every township in the county a church edifice costing $3,000, and pay a minister for the same a salary of f 1,000 per year. The people will be called on dur ing: the next month to pay the Decem ber installment of taxes, and it will be a heavy burden. Yet the amount of money paid for liquor during the year 1875 would pay every cent oi max tax. In the year 1876 there were raised in Ashtabula County 79,278 bushels of wheat, which, at $1.25 per bushel, would be worth $99,097.50, or $11,235 less than our people pour down their throats to make maudlin fools or in furiated demons of themselves. Call ing buckwheat and rye one dollar per bushel, maple sugar ten cents and wool forty cen...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 December 1878

' i ! I I ! ' i ! it m a i JS. &z- SpNPublishers. Independeat in all tilings. ..... $2 in Advance, ASHTABULA, OHIO, FKID AY, CECQUMB ER 2 1878. WKple. dumber 1512. Vol. XXIX, NoT I. J.v-PW,;M,-:ll.: li,; ' : - ' ' . , . . , BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS." vus k niMTH. Oeneral Del in Dry Uoods, Groceries, Crockery and :' ware. Boots and Shoes. Ketuiy-Made Cloio- lng Hats and Caps, ioimocos uu -; ...Ti .D.ti..n . fnniv iifni to eat or wear. North ilain aireel, Asnmbuia. iSaC and 1.. k Koctw.t i -Wholesale and -He- tail Oilers iu Urn i odTovisitm.. Friuts and Grain ; A - w for Amene ui end Union Express Oou.,.-.tni and Cleveland Herald, na.,0 strws """""i i" A. It. E. V.AV ' K, Dealer in ChoSee Fainiivt.,rcK:erieir- : i fovisiorm? aiso.pure Confeetionnry, fcnil the'tlneal brands uf To bacco and Cigars. - IJer- . B. M Kli.1. Pr6-it'e and CommlMrton ierchaut for til? purotaiiseand sale of West ern unserve Bu tier, vtktx&e and rnwi r rm w, Main sirett. AfihlwiK-'. Oiiio. - - Lil C...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 December 1878

THE TELEGRAPH. The largest paper in Ashtabula, printed Urely at bom. Office US Main Street. ASHTABULA. - - - ' OHIJ Friday Morning:, Iec 27,1878 George William Curtis is mentioned as a possible successor of Bayard Tsrlor. A womsu with beauty and nothing else is Terr much like a taw recruit under fire with an improred breech-loader and ns ammunition. . The question has been asked: "Can a Christian go to a circus T Tea, onULbe is married, and then in most cases the cir cus comes to him. ' -. The wages of 100,000 English collier are to be rvduced, and a strike an mane is likely to follew. The reduction is said to be equal to twelve per cent Some of the Democratic papers and poli ticians are desirous of driving Governor Bishop off the track as a candidate for re nomination, but it is asserted that he is not disposed to be driven off. . .. - The reputation of the dead minister to Berlin Bayard Taylor is that of -the author, scholar and gentleman, 'rather than the V. S. minister. Politica...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 December 1878

DRUGS. S2 o 5 o - 45 .s- DYE STUFFS. ' One reason why Swift can suc cessfully compete with any new clt aier is that he has had an ex perience of forty years and has arrangements by which he will duplicate any New-York, Cleve land or Philadelphia bill in lrug,etc,in quantity less trans portation. Remember the place. SWIFT'S Drug Store. THE TELEGRAPH. FEIDAT. DEC 27tb. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Th sleighing was never batter. , . , "'The TeIeqrapb is 29 yrs old to-day. And now we wish you Huppy Ncw Year. Gidding's Post. 0. A. It, of Jefferson, U to gie grand ball on Xew Tears even ing. Miss Zillah Sherman arrired home to spend the holiday vacation, on Thursday laat, from Aurora. Mr. E. P. Watson returned from Kew York last Friday to spend the holidays with his friends in Ashtabula. Baffles for poultry were quite gener ally indulged in on Christmas eve by the sportive youcf men of the town. The Chief Engineer of the Fire Dept. had t gang of men shoveling the snow from the tops of the fire ciste...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 27 December 1878

SOMETHING' NEW ! ' Startling but True! I Nice Present tor Cbri '.. toe Every f of tbc trocble and wan? of fcuid or Hr so-meSns) "auitable mad at moderate uticeMtf Ia aofl the Holiday Stock of Kew GgolsJ jut received. t it (iiJil?s; 0 A 1 f ' i I CAMP CIIAIIiS, FOOT RESTS, OTTOMANS, t-iVyCVf KKAt ft n J e ana other goods la anileae variety, at Prices that Defy Competition. Remember cii Mftunnrtl reeiarty' the Holidays, sail it ven wish U) aecore J "COMB Jtkf'jT AND OFTEN, Noerjargeforahowinrfrood'ana1 a on Inflat ed upon to Day. li 70a wiaa w prvsi y wt - jonN Duono's, n Ilcla btreet.Ashtbol -udb convia It belleylng." HARNESS, Src tr i.. :; : HAS on band a good assortment ol flam of rariaoa kiaU. Heavy anaiirbtftiifc rieaDd Ioab. Of the best workmanship ana ma terial. He la prepared to 111 all orosre far work of any . description is Ui una. , , . , , , -r , ELD ISO E BID LBS, . T , , - WHIPS, I .t . I.t-. HALTKH8. ' i . A .i He ht. Inst Ufd Ie Urr fnppl? of of larre and Vbry ara of B...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1879

A r JL JS. PIE ED 5z; SO 1ST, fubliskers. Independeat in all -thin Vol XXX, No. J , ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JAN ASHTABU BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. TH08. Jf. BOOTH, General Ia er in iry Goods, Groceries. Crock-r" n.d Ji ."S - ware. Boot auu Shoes. Kuly-Mi -losing Hut and Cap. Tobaccos aud Cigars, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. North Main street. Axumbuta. Urn TOM BF.8 & ROCK M - C- T,1""'t" ..j i f u.w.t.oii i .M hoiesaie and Re tail Healers la iro Je ml Provision. rYluts and Grain: Agect ar Aiui:ru...i.u ITni.m Kiurm Companies and Cleveland Herald, Main streefr Ashtabula. U. - tl.W A. H. & K. W. SAFAC E, Dealers Id Cholct Kamiiyrro.!erieiiand Provisions; No.iurii Confectionery, anu iu uikm. orauu? bacco and Oars. S. B. IVELL Produce nJ Commission Merchant for tiie purchuseiind sale at Wt-su J ern Reserve Buttr cneeseuna urieu r ruin. Main street, AsntaDuia,uiiio. - i CAKLISLfi TVl.BU,LalerKln Fancy and Staple Dry Gxjds, Kamily Groceries and Crockery. Wlll...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 3 January 1879

DRUGS. 5 1 - .-- The sad experience of the patrons of savings banks, of late, M rather force the conclusion upon those who are able to compass the financial horizon, that four per cent V. S. bonds are a safer and better investment than those crumbling institu tions in which we have heretofore been in , the babit of trusting our hard earned say ings. ' ' Those great companies the Central and Erie, are starting new enterprises and ex tending their ponderous business, by the establishing of Atlantic lines of freight steamers, to run in connection with their roads. The Central line is already perfect ed and not less than eight steamers will tail for different parts of Europe during the month of January. The cipher telegrams are still troubling the Democracy. The Tildenites are afraid of an investigation, and so make no move in the matter, and the New York enemies ofTildenare afraid of "Slippery Sam," and so j reserve silence. - The Western Democrats are satisfied with the matter as it i...

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